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Collaborative Plan for Pro Bono in the UK

Updated: Mon, 7 Nov 2016

Introduction

The Collaborative Plan for Pro Bono in the UK (the 'Plan') is a profession-led initiative. Each of the participating firms has a strong institutional commitment to pro bono and access to justice. Participating firms collaborate with each other in order to improve access to justice through pro bono in the UK. Participating firms work collaboratively to develop the systems and infrastructure to allow pro bono services to be effectively delivered to address unmet legal need.

The Plan also incorporates an aspirational target of 25 pro bono hours on average per fee-earner in the UK each year. Target results are publicly released on an annual basis in a de-identified way. The definition of pro bono used in the Plan is the same as that used by TrustLaw in its global TrustLaw Index of Pro Bono, which can be found here

Details of the Collaborative Plan’s commitments and a list of participating firms can be found here

To learn more, or to have your firm join as a participant, please contact Staś Kuźmierkiewicz, Rebecca Greenhalgh or Paul Yates

The Collaborative Plan for Pro Bono in the UK (the 'Plan') is a profession-led initiative. Each of the participating firms has a strong institutional commitment to pro bono and access to justice. Participating firms collaborate with each other in order to improve access to justice through pro bono in the UK. Participating firms work collaboratively to develop the systems and infrastructure to allow pro bono services to be effectively delivered to address unmet legal need.

The Plan also incorporates an aspirational target of 25 pro bono hours on average per fee-earner in the UK each year. Target results are publicly released on an annual basis in a de-identified way. The definition of pro bono used in the Plan is the same as that used by TrustLaw in its global TrustLaw Index of Pro Bono, which can be found here

Details of the Collaborative Plan’s commitments and a list of participating firms can be found here

To learn more, or to have your firm join as a participant, please contact Staś Kuźmierkiewicz, Rebecca Greenhalgh or Paul Yates